Chengdu City

Chengdu is a showcase of the Chinese government’s campaign to shift economic development to inland areas of the country. Companies from both China and abroad are heeding the call to “Go West!” We focus on Chengdu’s transformation into a western hub of investment, innovation and unparalleled opportunities.
Art & Culture

Sichuan holds exhibition on ancient Shu Civilization in Mexico

Sichuan held a special exhibition on ancient Shu Civilization and a dialogue between the ancient Shu Civilization and Maya Civilization in Mexico.

Chengdu first choice for investors in west

Chengdu poised to take advantage of a new era of opening up to the world.

Building an endless new economy platform

As the capital of Sichuan Province, Chengdu, a pioneer in innovation, kicks off the 2018 Chengdu Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fair tomorrow. 

What is the story of Chengdu?

Very few people have had the luxury of capturing a panorama of Chengdu, a city covering a vast area and often shrouded in fog.

Chengdu on the road to become a global city

Chengdu has embarked on an ambitious plan to develop itself into a global city of culture, history, economy, technology, tourism and entertainment.

Chengdu wins 4 awards for its dynamic economy and better investment environment

Chengdu won four awards, including most attractive city for investment in China, in Beijing.

Chengdu Cuisine Culture Festival opens in San Francisco

The 2017 Chengdu Cuisine Culture Festival was launched in the San Francisco Bay Area on October 31.

Attracting top talent the key to a prosperous future

Chengdu has introduced measures offering policy and financial support for incoming professionals, including putting a priority on facilitating residential registration and housing.

Striving to become China's 'central city'

Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, is striving to become a "national central city" embodying all aspects of new notions of development.

Chengdu tourism conference planning a better future for all

Chengdu is bracing itself for the 22nd United Nations World Tourism Organization General Assembly, which is scheduled for September 11-16.